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The latest in a string of unplanned departures is president Jeff Jones, who lasted about seven months before he gave up.
Asked why the company had trotted out three women and no men to meet with reporters, Huffington said it was because they were closest to efforts to overhaul the company's culture.
The biggest flashpoint for the company came last month when a former Uber engineer, Susan Fowler, detailed in a blog post a number of instances of sexual harassment and gender bias at the company. She's a former Google HR chief who joined Uber in January. Kalanick also made a hasty exit from a business advisory panel for President Donald Trump after a consumer boycott campaign fueled by concerns that he was aiding a leader with divergent values.
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Huffington clearly thinks the publication took her out of context. Huffington is helping oversee the inquiry, along with Eric Holder, the former USA attorney general. The next one to announce the departure is Brian McClendon, Uber's vice president for Map and business platform.
Huffington said the investigation will wrap up at the end of April. Holt said at one point: "Everyone at Uber, including Travis, knows that we must change".
Holt, the operational expert on the call, described steps the company is taking to be more responsive and fair to drivers - given that many of those relationships are "frayed" - such as communicating with that vast network in a "more human" manner.
The story's headline is now: "Arianna Huffington: Sexual harassment isn't a "systemic problem" at Uber", with an editor's note at the bottom that says, "The headline of this article has been changed to more accurately reflect that Huffington's answers were about sexual harassment".